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    To every thing there is a season

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    To every thing there is a season

    Presents that selection from Ecclesiastes which relates that everything in life has its own time and season.

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    Why mosquitoes buzz in people's ears

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    Why mosquitoes buzz in people's ears : a West African tale

    Aardema, Verna.

    Reveals the meaning of the mosquito's buzz.

    Due 08/30/19

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    The people could fly

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    The people could fly : American Black folktales

    Hamilton, Virginia

    Audio book. Read by James Earl Jones and Virginia Hamilton. Retold Afro-American folktales of animals, fantasy, the supernatural, and desire for freedom, born of the sorrow of the slaves, but passed on in hope.

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    The people could fly

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    The people could fly : the picture book

    Hamilton, Virginia, 1936-2002.

    In this retelling of a folktale, a group of slaves, unable to bear their sadness and starvation any longer, calls upon the African magic that allows them to fly away.

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    The girl who spun gold

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    The girl who spun gold

    Hamilton, Virginia.

    In this African American retelling of "Rumpelstiltskin," Lit'mahn spins thread into gold cloth for the king's new bride.

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    Her stories

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    Her stories : African American folktales, fairy tales, and true tales

    Hamilton, Virginia.

    A collection of tales about the supernatural and animals, fairy tales, folk tales and legends, by and about African American women.

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    The girl who dreamed only geese, and other tales of the Far North

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    The tale of the mandarin ducks

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    The tale of the mandarin ducks

    Paterson, Katherine.

    A pair of mandarin ducks, separated by a cruel lord who wishes to possess the drake for his colorful beauty, reward a compassionate couple who risk their lives to reunite the ducks.

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    Pish, posh, said Hieronymus Bosch

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    Pish, posh, said Hieronymus Bosch

    Willard, Nancy.

    The weird creatures which inhabit a medieval painter's home drive his housekeeper away, until a change of heart sends her back to the beasts and to Bosch in a new and loving relationship.

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    Many thousand gone

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    Many thousand gone : African Americans from slavery to freedom

    Hamilton, Virginia.

    Recounts the journey of Black slaves to freedom via the underground railroad, an extended group of people who helped fugitive slaves in many ways.

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    Never forgotten

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    Never forgotten

    McKissack, Pat, 1944-

    A lyrical story-in-verse that details the experiences of an African boy who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.

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